If you’re like a lot of us, you cast your first vote in an election every couple of years, and wonder if you’re making a difference. Whether you know it or not, you’re casting a vote every day and making a difference, sometimes in support of causes and issues that you would never support on your own. That’s where 2ndVote comes in.
You spend money at various retailers for goods and services; many that you purchase every day, like coffee. These retailers (many who are large corporations) in turn spend their revenue to support and fund issues and causes that oppose the very things you try to protect by voting the right leaders into office. 2ndVote researches and exposes what these retailers support with YOUR dollars. TAKE ACTION now by learning what your top retailers are funding that DOES NOT align with your values, and shop with those who DO.
Upon learning that March of Dimes donations were being funneled to Planned Parenthood, Dr. David L. Black, a scientist by trade, launched 2ndVote. He was curious to know what other liberal organizations were being funded by consumer spending and donations. Our founder would never fund or vote for Planned Parenthood with his 1st vote at the ballot box, and therefore neither did he want to with his “2ndVote” through everyday spending and giving.
As the conservative watchdog for corporate activism, 2ndVote exposes the corporations and organizations funding liberal advocacy. By putting big business on watch through our extensive research on the most important issues of the day, our mission is to expose the corporate influence on matters of culture and policy and turn the tide on the attacks on conservative values and principles.